With all that’s going on in the world today, it is very easy to get overwhelmed by the information available out there. The potential War and nuclear crisis in Iran, the notorious race for the Republican Presidential Nominee with the infamous Romney, Ron Paul, and Newt Gingrich, the ecological crises that seemingly erupt daily, and the plea for government reform on every corner. Thus when you start thinking about all of these problems, issues, and daily occurrence, you oftentimes forget about your own wellbeing and forget what’s most important to you – that is, the livelihood of your family, business, and yourself.
Those aforementioned criteria have been recently governed by the economic stimulus or lack thereof. But regardless of how difficult it may be for us to accept the fact that the Economic recovery is slow and it won’t happen overnight, it is indeed making progress. All over Chicago and the US, businesses are once again starting to hire, promote their products, and make moves that are setting them up for a perceived potential Economic boom. After all, everyone knows that down moves in the stock market and the economy do not last forever. Thus, more and more people are regaining confidence in our current economic status and starting to collect their money from under their mattresses and slowly easing into good investments.
In Chicago, this has become the new norm. Although it may seem that the foreclosures are still everywhere in all of Chicago, and that Chicago citizens are being very cautious with their money, it’s becoming harder and harder to find properties and investments for a bargain. As a matter of fact, investors are flocking to Chicago’s real estate market, investing in the air lines and couriers again, buying work cars such as Chicago Limousines, and hiring labor. If you were to compare Chicago O’Hare airport today and in 2008, you would see nearly triple the amount of limousines transporting businessmen and families from and to the airports.
It’s kind of silly, but you can tell a lot about the economy by measuring the success and the expansion of a Chicago Limo company. When Chicago limo service is down, so is the economy, when it picks up, it’s a signal of a recovering economy.
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